In the middle of Akasaka with nearly 100 yrs history. Simple neighborhood soba shop where you meet all the local residents mixed with tourists. A community soba place. Good solid noodles.
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We enjoyed lunch here twice. The soba noodles are freshly made and very good in comparison with lots of others we've had. Service is efficient and the seating typically crowded, but no worse than most lunchtime venues in Tokyo. If you like wintertime hot soba...More
Went especially to try the 'handmade' noodles. Very disapointing almost tasteless dish and staff that didnt want to be bothered.
After visiting the temple in Asakusa, we ventured to the back alley for good food. We found this place as they had a queue. Ordered the cold soba with tempura and also the duck with hot soba. The cold soba was really refreshing and very...More